Russian authorities have arrested Russian Krill Farsov on suspicion of using a false identity to resell it in California. This is
stated in the court documents stored in the electronic database of Southern California.
The California District Attorney named Forsyth D.I.O. The director said. Russia was arrested on Saturday, March 7, 2020 at John F.
Kennedy International Airport in New York City. The prosecution asked the court to close the case on March 9, but wrong Judge
Alison Guardard decided to impose a secret sentence on March 9.
Includes written statement from FBI Agent Brian Nixon. According to Ferozov, “it revealed the account holder’s name and password,
which were used to obtain cash, goods, services and other valuables from the company’s customers without the issuer’s approval.” .
According to the FBI, Russia knew in the future that a person using a deer could be involved in stealing personal information and
obtaining false information. Will use
The FBI claims that the DIRO cyber platform is “located in Russia and allows criminals to access online stores to sell criminal
products and services.” According to the FBI, the resource has been in operation since October 2013 and has more than 24,000
online stores and a total revenue of 17 million. Farsov is accused of being a Russian director of hackers and heroines. He not
only runs the operating system, but also promotes other cyber associations where hackers operate.
Based on the data, the FBI previously analyzed approximately 250 personal data theft and financial information, including age,
address, password, and Social Security numbers for U.S. citizens. It affects people and businesses in Europe and the United
States, as well as in Southern California.
On March 4, the FBI officially confirmed that the purchase of Bitcoin was about 1 1.1 billion as a Som-O attempt. Of these, 249
broken corporate client property notes are located in San Diego, California. Have a video-friendly video game provider
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